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" ... leave. So much like life they looked, that they at first supposed them merely at rest, and it was not until they had come up to them and handled them, that they could detect their mistake. "
History of the Sandwich Islands - Page 66
by Sheldon Dibble - 1843 - 451 pages
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The Island World of the Pacific: Being ... Travel Through the Sandwich Or ...

Henry Theodore Cheever - Oceania - 1851 - 406 pages
...and rejoicing in mutual congratulations that they had been preserved in the midst of such imminent peril. But what was their surprise and consternation when, on coming up with their friends of the centre party, they discovered them all to have become corpses. Some were lying down,...
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The Temple anecdotes, by R. and C. Temple

Ralph Temple (miscellaneous writer.), Chandos Temple - 1865
...and rejoicing in mutual congratulations that they had been preserved in the midst of such imminent peril. But what was their surprise and consternation when, on coming up with their friends of the centre party, they discovered them all to have become corpses. Some were lying down,...
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Characteristics of Volcanoes, with Contributions of Facts and Principles ...

James D. Dana - 1890
...imminent peril. But what was their surprise and consternation to find the centre company a collection of corpses ! Some were lying down, and others were sitting...grasp their wives and children, and joining noses (the mode of expressing affection) as in the act of taking leave. So much like life they looked that...
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Characteristics of Volcanoes: With Contributions of Facts and Principles ...

James Dwight Dana - Hawaii - 1890 - 399 pages
...imminent peril. But what was their surprise and consternation to find the centre company a collection of corpses ! Some were lying down, and others were sitting...grasp their wives and children, and joining noses (the mode of expressing affection) as in the act of taking leave. So much like life they looked that...
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Volcanoes and Earthquakes

Edwin James Houston - Volcanoes - 1908 - 369 pages
...imminent a peril. But what was their surprise and consternation to find the centre company a collection of corpses! Some were lying down, and others were sitting...grasp their wives and children, and joining noses (the mode of expressing affection) as in the act of taking leave. So much like life they looked that...
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Natural History of Hawaii: Being an Account of the Hawaiian People, the ...

William Alanson Bryan - Ethnology - 1915 - 596 pages
...the center party, they discovered them all to have become corpses. Some were lying down, and others sitting upright, clasping with dying grasp their wives and children and joining noses " as in the act of taking final leave. So much like life they looked that they at first supposed them...
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Hawaiian legends of volcanoes: (mythology) collected and translated from the ...

William Drake Westervelt - Legends - 1916 - 205 pages
...and rejoicing in mutual congratulations that they had been preserved in the midst of such imminent peril. 'But what was their surprise and consternation...have become corpses. Some were lying down, and others sitting upright clasping with dying grasp their wives and children and joining noses (their form of...
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HAWAIIAN LEGENDS OF VOLCANOES

W.D. WESTERVELT - 1916
...preserved in the midst of 1 such imminent peril. \ 'But what was their surprise and consterna- i tion when, on coming up with their comrades of the centre...become corpses. Some were lying \ down, and others sitting upright clasping with dying grasp their wives and children and joining noses (their form of...
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Hawai_i Volcano Watch: A Pictorial History, 1779-1991

Thomas Llewellyn Wright - History - 1992 - 162 pages
...shower of sand had passed over, hastened forward But... on coming up to their comrades of the center party, they discovered them all to have become corpses. Some were lying down, and others sitting upright clasping with dying grasp their wives and children and loining noses... as in the act...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Science - 1850
...surprise and consternation, to find the centre company a collection of corpses. Some were lying downT*and others were sitting upright, clasping with dying grasp their wives and children, and joining noses (the mode of expressing affection,) as in the act of taking leave. So much like life they looked, that...
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